Lower Balwest- Mazey's Cottage
We are a mile and a half inland, midway between St Michael's Mount and Porthleven, on the SW slopes of Tregonning Hill. It is just five minutes by car to the south coast beaches at Praa Sands, Rinsey Cove and Prussia Cove. From the farm there are wonderful views across the fields to the Penwith hills and the sea at Mount’s Bay. There is a footpath from the farm to the top of Tregonning Hill with fantastic views both to the south coast (Mount’s Bay) and the north coast at St Ives Bay.
We welcome children and dogs. There is a field to play in right next to the cottage and there is also a footpath to Tregonning Hill – a short walk with fabulous views. Even in the busiest summer months the farm is a peaceful retreat at the end of the day
- Sleeps 4 + 1
- Free Wi-Fi
- 2 'bathrooms'
- Enclosed courtyard/gardens front and rear
- Suitable for people with limited mobility
- Private off road parking for 2 cars
- Solar hot water, electric heating
- Dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer
- Built-in oven and ceramic hob
- Fridge, freezer, microwave
- TV, DVD, radio
- Sitting room with vaulted ceiling, and wood burning stove
- Large kitchen/diner with French doors to front courtyard
- 2 bedrooms, 1 double (5ft king size bed), twin (2 x 3' singles)
- Gallery sitting room/bedroom with 4ft futon sofa/bed
- Family bathroom with bath/shower and under-floor heating
- Walk-in tiled shower room with under-floor heating
- Separate WC with under-floor heating
- Secure storage shed for bikes, surf boards etc
- Linen, towels provided
- All electricity is included plus kindling and a large basket of logs. Extra logs can be purchased for a small charge.
Lower Balwest Farm is located almost halfway between Lands End and Lizard Point, which makes it a perfect base to explore all of West Cornwall. St Michael’s Mount, St. Ives, Penzance, Mousehole, Kynance Cove, Helford and Falmouth are just a few of the places within half an hour’s drive. West Cornwall is a magical place and even in high summer it is possible to find unfrequented coves, cliffs and woodland if you are prepared to explore.